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    woo hoo. almost there!

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    Is the power differenc on rear wheel or on rev speed noticable with the billet aluminium sprocket and clutch basket?

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    Well, its kinda one and the same.

    If my motor can spool quicker, so does my rear wheel.

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    You "re right but is it worth the money.
    is the differenc so noticable after installing the alu set.

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    BlackBuellPL,

    What has worth to me may not be the same for you. So, I can only say to you it was worth it for me!

    It was one of my first mods that I chose to do over others, because it required no remapping and there is less mass to rotate down thru the power train.

    This does not give you more HP, what it will do is free up energy that is used to move mass and allow it to get to the rear wheel. It may have been a marginal gain, but none the less, gain.

    After replacing the clutch assembly and primary gear to aluminum, I then removed weight from the stator rotor. This was a nice improvement, because the motor started to spool up quicker and this was a real plus when exiting turns.

    A personal note to you; do not spend money on any mod that you are uncertain about!! I know this is why you ask, but do as much research before you spend any money.

    If I had to do over another Buell; without any hesitation, this mod would be one of the first mods I would perform.

    I hoped this helped, if not, please continue asking.

    ~PD

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    Thanks for reply i consider to buy that kit but not 100% convicted.

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    but not 100% convicted.
    ...then I suggest that you do not spend the money for it. There is plenty of other options for you to consider when your considering mods.

    Good luck...

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    I was looking at the new HD M8 and noticed something different...they added lightning holes to the stator rotor...https://www.revzilla.com/common-trea...-trickling-out
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